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Should Sailors Marry?: Home from the navy Clyde Cook is ready to settle down with his new bride oblivious to her ex-husband a brutal wrestler who rooms in her home. http://dlvr.it/DC7jWv

Should Sailors Marry?: Home from the navy Clyde Cook is ready to settle down with his new bride oblivious to her ex-husband a brutal wrestler who rooms in her home. http://dlvr.it/DC7jWv

Banished: The too-quickly forgotten history of racial cleansing in America is vividly recovered in BANISHED when thousands of African Americans were driven from their homes and communities by violent racist mobs. The film places these events in the context of present day race relations by following three concrete cases where black and white citizens warily explore if there is common ground for reconciliation over these expulsions. BANISHED raises this larger question: will the United States…

Banished: The too-quickly forgotten history of racial cleansing in America is vividly recovered in BANISHED when thousands of African Americans were driven from their homes and communities by violent racist mobs. The film places these events in the context of present day race relations by following three concrete cases where black and white citizens warily explore if there is common ground for reconciliation over these expulsions. BANISHED raises this larger question: will the United States…

Une Chambre en Ville (1982)

Charting the style history of an unsung 70s heroine

Meshes of the Afternoon: One of the most important films in the history of American avant-garde cinema Maya Derens MESHES OF THE AFTERNOON is captivating and dream-like filled with tinges of psychodrama murder mystery and film noir. In a seemingly ordinary Los Angeles home the films protagonist played by the filmmaker herself gets caught in a eerie loop of symbols (a knife a rose a mirror a key) repeated movements and alter egos. Deren made this her first film in collaboration with…

Meshes of the Afternoon: One of the most important films in the history of American avant-garde cinema Maya Derens MESHES OF THE AFTERNOON is captivating and dream-like filled with tinges of psychodrama murder mystery and film noir. In a seemingly ordinary Los Angeles home the films protagonist played by the filmmaker herself gets caught in a eerie loop of symbols (a knife a rose a mirror a key) repeated movements and alter egos. Deren made this her first film in collaboration with…

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